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isnull use in sql condition

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hello: i'm trying to get the right syntax for...

DECLARE @sessionId int

SELECT @sessionId = 1 + CONVERT(float,ISNULL(MAX(SESSIONID) FROM CONTROL.dbo.tblProgressHx,0))

PRINT @sessionID


thanks!
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DavidMorrison earned 2000 total points
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try this

select 1 + cast(ISNULL(MAX(SesionID), 0) as float) as SessionNew
from CONTROL.dbo.tblProgressHx

if you really want it in a variable then

DECLARE @sessionId int

select @SessionID = 1 + cast(ISNULL(MAX(SesionID), 0) as float) as SessionNew
from CONTROL.dbo.tblProgressHx

PRINT @sessionID


Thanks

Dave
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works like a charm. thanks!
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